“Pre-Election Promises and Steps: Two-Month Operation of “Yerkir Tsirani” Faction of Yerevan Council of Elders”
August 28, 11:00

Yerevan's newly elected Council of Elders has taken over the office for more than two months. 

The Media Center hosts the Yerevan Council of Eldermen's factions in order to present their work to the public, as well as to consider the factions' activities in the context of their pre-election programs.

On August 22, members of “Yelq” faction presented their work and problems at the Media Center. Representatives of “Yerkir Tsirani” Party spoke about their conducted activities and works to be doneat the Media Center on August 28.

Marina Khachatryan, Member of Yerkir Tsirani” Faction of Yerevan Council of Elders, says that during the previous month, they visited visited all 12 administrative districts of the city to make more comprehensive insights on the problems and concerns of Yerevan residents.

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